Burma Socialist Programme Party, Extraordinary Congress, Sep. 1988


Burma Socialist Programme Party, Extraordinary Congress, Sep. 1988
   (September 10, 1988)
   The second such congress of the Burma Socialist Programme Party (BSPP) during 1988, sometimes referred to as an "Emergency Congress," at which President and Party Chairman Dr. Maung Maung promised that a "free and fair" multiparty democratic election would be held in the near future. He confessed that the BSPP had become corrupt and complacent under a one-party system.

Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar). . 2014.

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